Sunday, March 6, 2011

Columbus Ga. honey hole ;)





































just a few pics. of the truck & trailer load filling up the shop this week,all nice items & some really unique pieces! ...my fave is the 1950s oil painting by "Caron" of *Girl in pink shawl*.







* Green foot locker is a neat historial find " C.C.C "Civilian Conservation Corps" Company 2347 ~Burnley's Farm was the site of Camp Monticello, CCC Company 2347, Boswell's Tavern, Virginia. The camp, originally located near Rocky Mount, Virginia, was moved there in the fall of 1939 and remained until it was dismantled 18 September 1942, during World War II. It provided work for about 200 young men from Pennsylvania near the end of the Great Depression. Their responsibilities included clearing forest trails, fighting fires, and stringing and repairing farm fences. They also helped construct the Skyline Drive. ( the Historical Marker database ~ hmdb.org )



















































































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